With the Huawei P30-series and Samsung’s Galaxy S10 models both featuring some of the best camera we’ve seen on smartphones, it’s safe to say that 2019 is gonna be the year of smartphone photography. Manufacturers are looking to add more and more cameras to their flagship phones in order to improve the overall quality and versatility of their photography experience.
Currently, there are only a handful of smartphones on the market that feature quad sensor cameras including Samsung Galaxy S10+, Samsung Galaxy A9, and the Huawei P30 Pro. Motorola (or more specifically, Lenovo’s Moto division) is also going to join the bandwagon, as the latest leak suggests.
The leak is a CAD render and a video from OnLeaks, showing the back and front of the unknown model. The back has a brushed metal look with a raised camera module that houses fours sensors. The main sensor, as written next to the camera module, will be a 48 MP sensor. The rest are anticipated as an ultra-wide sensor, depth sensor and a time of flight sensor, but we are unsure as of now.
The back does not house a fingerprint sensor, so it will be under the display. The phone will feature a 6.2 inches AMOLED display with a dewdrop notch. In the video, we see a speaker at the top and a headphone jack alongside USB-C type port on the bottom. The power and volume buttons are on the right of the phone.
According to sources, this unknown model will launch sometime this year and will be a strong competitor to Samsung Galaxy S10.
Images and video via Onleaks